Situated in a similarly reflective pavilion, in the surrounding complex of Autostadt's unique architecture, the model offered an unrivaled experience as the spectators' reflection became part of the artwork.
With its spectacular display of architecture, art and design, the British architect responsible for adding the curved walkway and a lounge that virtually floats in space accentuated the pavilion's unusual elliptic interior.
The person responsible for the mirror-finish of the Bugatti Veyron is Olaf Nicolai and the ones that provided the artistic installations are Anselm Reyl and Peter Zimmermann.
Nicolai tried, and successfully accomplished the task, in creating a mental space, in which one can explore aesthetic perceptions, thus challenging the observer to pay close attention as the mirror-finish transforms objects and shows them in a different light and shade.
In Nicolai's new work called "Après vous", the mirror-finish Bugatti Veyron is displayed in a mirrored room. Having to be, arguably the most technically intricate vehicle of all times, with its superb craftsmanship and mind bending performance, the car represents the pinnacle of exclusivity and excellence in the automotive world, summing up the reasons behind Nicolai's choice.